TWO FEMALE SENIOR managers have been promoted to directors at accountants RGL Forensics.
Amanda Fyffe and Jenny Larner, who both joined from university, take up their director roles immediately.
Fyffe joined the firm in 1997, and has particular expertise in personal injury, medical negligence and pension losses investigations. She has also appeared in court on numerous occasions as an expert witness.
Larner, who joined in 2002, specialises in insurance businesses and law firms. As a fluent Spanish speaker she recently spent long periods of time in Chile working on the RGL Catastrophe Response Team, helping insurance businesses deal with the after effects of the earthquake in February 2010.
Tony Levitt, senior partner, said: “Both Jenny and Amanda began their careers at RGL as part of our graduate recruitment program, which provides in-house training for the ICAEW’s ACA qualification while focussing on our specialisation of forensic accountancy.
“The directors will take a greater role in business development as the firm looks to continue growth in its three core areas: forensic and investigative accounting, economic loss calculation and financial valuation. Further, they will act as mentors to the next generation of talent within the firm.”
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